Public activities

I have provided several lectures and workshops regarding Quantified Self, the Future of quantified self/personalized science, privacy, art, and addiction to tracking. Unfortunately, most of them aren’t recorded. But some of them are! Below you can find examples of my lectures.

2019

Lecture at the EFMC Dublin “a Systems perspective on the workplace”
Gave a lecture on how to view the workplace from a natural dynamic systems perspective (watch the video here)

Webinar on the dynamics of Real Estate
Gave a webinar on the systems thinking in organisations and real eastate

Workshop provider Our relation to (natural) patterns at D-Dock
Gave a workshop about patterns and dynamics

Poster presentation about Regarding myself as a Complex Dynamic System at the Complexity Symposium in Utrecht (see picture)

Workshop provider Complexity at Kenniscentrum NoorderRuimte
Gave a workshop about Complex dynamic systems and organisations

Image result for meetup zelforganisatie hanze hogeschool

Workshop provider at Symposium Zelforganisatie (image)
Gave a workshop on complexity and natural systems and the conditions for self organizing teams in organisation

Workshop provider Complexity at Measuremen
Gave a (test) workshop at my employer about Complex dynamic systems in general

2018

Guest lecturer Research group Complexity Depression
Gave a guest lecture on Complexity and Quantified Self

Quoted in a book “Metric Culture”, always fun

Guest lecturer on Facility management festival “Werken tot je 70ste, hoe dan?” – Haagse hogeschool
Gave a lecture on the Healthy Workplace and Quantified Self

Guest lecturer on Quantified Self Inholland Amsterdam
Focus on the implications on Health care, and E-Health

Panelmember at Measuremen-Presents
Focus on Data and the Healthy Workplace

Short piece on Fitbit in the Libelle

Short interview on wearables and apps Libelle (Dutch Magazine) see picture
Focus on Fitbit activity tracker

Guest lecturer on Quantified Self and art (Course Data design – Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences)
Gave a lecture on how to use personal data for art/design purposes

Video interview (as expert) on Quantified Self and wearable technology by BENtv
Video on “Addicted on data”

Panel member in a debate on the Price of Privacy
Role: Quantified Self expert 

Video interview on NOS Niewsuur (Dutch National public television)
Short video and interview on my Quantified Self practices

Guest lecture on Quantified Self (Master course Digital Humanities – University of Groningen)
Focus on self-tracking activities and privacy (including a workshop)

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Personal Interview about QS, apps and wearables in Newspaper Financieel Dagblad

2017

Exposing Personal Data Art & leading debate about Quantified Self at “The Art of Aging Festival”
Link to Facebook-page

Guest lecture on Quantified Self (Master course Digital Humanities – University of Groningen)

Video of Lecture at QS Conference 2017
Justin Timmer: A Life of fractals

Projectmanager at the Healthy Workplace
A
 cooperation between business to pursue a healthy working environment

2016

Personal interview with Financieel dagblad
Published in newspaper (see picture) but also online (see link)

Appearing on Danish television
Talking about QS and the Muse-headband

2015

Video of Lecture at QS Europe Conference 2015
Justin Timmer: My life in 40 variables

2015

Video of Lecture at QS Europe Conference 2014
Justin Timmer: A lazy Work-out

Guest professor, lecturing about Quantified Self at Master "Digital Humanities" at University of Groningen
Guest professor, lecturing about Quantified Self at Master “Digital Humanities” at University of Groningen
Lecturing about Happiness Part 2 at Quantified Self Meetup
Lecturing about Happiness Part 2 at Quantified Self Meetup Groningen

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